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andreask
Posted on: Aug 11 2003, 03:07 PM


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Thanks, you're right - I've missed it.

I've made a quick test - a (big) grayscale image with 245 shades. When I try to set up 129 shades the result is 64 shades. (In fact not a bad result, the picture quality is acceptable).

Is this a foreseeable effect? How does it work?

A little lengthy explanation why I did ask: I was forced to Win lately (notebook..) and with this kind of problems I'm still used to Embellish. There's a nice implementation of (visible) color reducing in Embellish: when saving (as) two representations of the picture are shown within a seperate frame and one can fiddle around with save options and see the difference visually and the data related to it (say estimated size etc.).

One can't have it all ...

Regards,

Andreas
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